Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Deck the Home for the Holidays with Canvas Factory {Giveaway}

Christmas is just around the corner which means gift giving time for family and friends. Christmas means more than that to me but gift giving is something I love doing as it reminds me of the precious gift we were all given by the birth of our Savior. I know that I do a lot of entertaining over the holidays, too. How about you? I'm loving Canvas Factory because they make the most beautiful customized wall art and prints from your own submitted work.

These would truly make great gifts and a great way to decorate your home for the holidays. Check on the info below and enter their giveaway! Make sure to take advantage of this deal and get in all the free entries!



 What started as an Australian company has now branched out to Chicago. Canvas Factory's goal is to make it affordable and convenient for everyone to access online printing solutions. They produce canvases, but you can also customize metal wall art and acrylic photo prints with your photography or precious memories of your kids that you want to display throughout your home.

The quality of print is important to this company and their canvases reflect that. Canvas Factory canvases are light enough to hang with Command strips but sturdy enough to be a part of your room's decor for years to come. Turn your photography into artwork with the Canvas Factory.

Be sure to check out Canvas Factory on Facebook and Twitter for the latest updates.

One lucky reader will win a 16x20 canvas from Canvas Factory! This giveaway is open to U.S. residents and will end on 11/25 at 11:59 p.m. EST.

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4 comments:

Nancy said...

My tip is to re-arrange and repurpose what you have and then assess what it is you might need to buy to redecorate.

Nancy
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Beth said...

Not much home renovating by me. In our last house I did a lot of prep work for the renovations, though, like pulling out the ugly old carpet throughout the entire house. Ugh, was that a back-breaking job, but I loved seeing that carpet on the curb, waiting for the trash truck.

shelleyb said...

I've been repairing vinyl windows (slowly) and the back porch is looking better. Any home project always takes longer than estimated.

Anonymous said...

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